Today starts Green Week. I try but I do not think I am very green. I do recycle and try to use less energy but I think I could do better. I need to make an effort to try to be better at this. Here are a few people I think are much better at it......
http://www.livelightlytour.com/ - they are traveling the country in a veggie oil RV trying to promote green living.
http://suddenlyfrugal.blogspot.com/2007/10/ms-green-jeans.html - she was even looking into buying "green" jeans!!!
http://www.the-frugal-farm.blogspot.com/ - and she made her own grocery bag instead of using the plastic ones at the grocery store!!
I always admire those who bring their own bags to the store. Most stores even give you a few pennies off your bill if you bring your own bags. Every penny adds up in my eyes! I do like having those plastic bags I get from the store though. I use them and therefore feel like I am recycling them. I could do better though and not get them at all or only get 1 or 2 each visit and use my own bags for the rest. I posted this before but I thought it was worth repeating today since it went with the theme. Go here.. http://www.vivemejor.com/index.php?&cn=frontend/registro&co=default to register and recieve a free tote bag that I think would be perfect for groceries! I am willing to advertise for just about anyone if they give me a free bag!!
http://www.chop.edu/consumer/common/email_enrollment.jsp - sign up for the vaccine education newsletter and recieve a free first aid kit.
http://www.irwin.com/irwin/consumer/jhtml/chalk/index.jhtml - this is one for the men! My DH would like this freebie!!
http://www.grist.org/advice/possessions/2003/03/18/possessions-cleaning/index.html - go here to find out more about cleaning your house in a way that is green friendly!
http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZbrspri - check out my ebay auctions!